Exercise 4. , .

  1. B) Get together with another student. Listen to his / her reading of the exercise. What recommendations would you give to correct any mispronunciations?
  2. B. Pre-reading Exercises
  3. B. Pre-reading Exercises
  4. B. Pre-reading Exercises
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  7. Exercise 1

market cattle

dairy bull

little stomach

omnivorous animals

digestive conditions

breeding apparatus

compound mite

parasitic distinction

Exercise 5. :

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Exercise 6. , . .

1. ... animals eat both plant and animal food.

2. Oranges contain ... C.

3. ... is a substance in the bodies of animals and human beings, especially just under the skin, which helps to keep them warm.

4. ... animals live chiefly on plants.

5. Rice, bread, pasta and potatoes contain ... ... provide the body with heat and energy.

6. ... is a male pig that can not produce young and is kept for meat.

7. ... animal is not wild, it is kept in a house or on a farm.

8. ... is a group of animals of one kind which live and feed together.

9. ... is a young cow which has not yet given birth to a calf.

10. ... is the young of the cow.

11. Meat from a calf is ...

12. ... is a kind or class of animal or plant usually developed under human influence.



Vocabulary Tasks | Read the text about poultry farming.

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